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Tag Archive 'law'

Magna Carta

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Magna Carta … the foundation of our freedom And another thing: Nullus liber homo capiatur, vel imprisonetur, aut … Hmnnn. Unless landowners are going to start posting signs in Latin to dissuade state harassment, which I'd support, I'd better rephrase that. But hold on to the thought. In English and complete, that passage reads: "No […]

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The Rule of Law

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All of us are vitally interested in the fight to maintain democracy and the rule of law. The recent Obama fiasco re Professor Gates is illustrative once again of the Obama type of politician that thinks personal judgment by those in positions of power outweighs the rule of law.

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Repeal Hate Speech Law

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Conservative Party votes “overwhelmingly” to repeal hate speech law By Ezra Levant on November 14, 2008 11:28 PM According to reports from the Conservative Party’s convention in Winnipeg, Resolution P-203 — repealing section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act, the “hate speech” provision — passed “overwhelmingly”. The vote was in a policy plenary session.

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